Motorola’s Moto 360 Details Leak
Motorola’s next venture into the wearables arena has been one of the most anticipated releases coming into the Android Wear platform this summer. After being a no show at the Google I/O launch of Android Wear, the Motorola made Moto 360 has been teasing developers and consumers with bits of information which have leaked.
The latest tidbit of information comes with the Moto 360 sporting it’s metallic, round faced build with rumours that there may be a plastic variant in the mix for the device. The device is also rumoured to be coming with an ambient light sensor which will allows the device to adjust the display brightness to compensate for the surroundings of the user. This would make the Moto 360 the first Android Wear device to have such a sensor. The lack of this sensor and the ability to adjust the brightness of the displays of the Samsung Gear Live and the LG G Watch was felt with multiple reports of the display being too dim for users to view the screen. It is speculated that the sensors are positioned in the black part of the display which many have been lamenting over.
In addition, there was the recent leak which depicted the charger of the Moto 360 which left many people wanting the device even more. The picture shows the device charging via induction with the display turning into a battery gauge. The Moto 360 is also set to launch sometime this summer together with the much anticipated follow up, the Motorola made Moto X+1.